Enhancing the Justiciability of Socio-Economic Rights in Ethiopia
The issue of justiciability of Socio-economic rights is a recently emerging area of human rights. These rights are forgotten for many decades at the global, regional and even primarily at the national fora compared to civil and political rights. This research is aimed at enhancing awareness of justiciability of socio-economic rights enunciated in the FDRE Constitution by operationalizing the notion of indivisibility, interdependency and interrelatedness of the two grand categories of human rights through integrated approach. It assesses whether the same Constitution creates a workable environment for the integrated approach to give impetus to the enhanced justiciability of these forgotten rights on our national fora. This aspect of justiciability views socio-economic rights from civil and political rights dimensions for the latter rights are precisely defined and not contended on their justiciability at the domestic arena. It further looks into the justiciability of these rights even within the same family of rights so as to boost their justiciability with ease.